Cancer Super New Moon

Happy New Moon in Cancer. 

Under the influence of the Cancer Super New Moon, it is time for all of us to start fresh, it is even time for all of us to find a new home. 

 

Cancers are the crab, mysterious creatures, they have a hard shell outside with claws that can bite, but inside they are soft and delicate. The Moon in her own sign rules zodiac sign cancer it is here to assist you. Immerse yourself in water or use  water rituals to connect you to the fluid, imaginal realms. 

love, #krishna 

Law of Attraction Magnetic Power 

The Law of Attraction and its magnetic power reaches out into the Universe and attracts other thoughts that are vibrationally like it… and brings: Your attention to subjects, your activation of thoughts, and Law of Attraction’s response to those thoughts is responsible for every person, every event, and every circumstance that comes into your experience. All of these things are brought into experience through a powerful magnet as they are vibrational matches to your own thoughts.
You get the essence of what you are thinking about, whether it is something you want or something you do not want. It could be unsettling at first, but in time, it is expectation that you will come to appreciate the consistency, and the absoluteness of this powerful Law of Attraction. 
Once you understand this Law, and begin to focus & pay attention to what you are giving your attention to, you regain control of your own life experience. And with that control you will again remember that there is nothing that you desire that you cannot achieve, and nothing that you do not want that you cannot release from your experience.
When when we’re in that place of negativity, we’re only attracting more of the same. We’re unwittingly sending out the signal of struggle, disappointment and negativity to the universe – and, it matches up with more of the same.
Although it’s probably the last thing most would like to do in moments of setbacks, pain, disappointment – forgiveness can actually shift all that. It helps us let go of what’s keeping us attracting more and more negativity, so we can shift into a better future.

Recognizing Law of Attraction and the absolute correlation between what you have been thinking and feeling and what is manifesting in your life experience—causes you to be more aware of the stimulation of your own thoughts. You begin to notice that your own thoughts may be stimulated from something you read, or watch on television or hear or observe from someone else’s experience. And once you see the effect that the Law of Attraction has upon these thoughts that begin small and grow larger and more powerful with your attention to them, you will feel a desire within to begin to direct your thoughts to more of the things that you do want to experience. 

love, #krishna 

Ayurveda for Kids: Bala Tantra

Ayurveda has a specialized branch of Pediatric medicine known as BalaTantra or Kaumarabhritya. This ancient science offers some simple, natural, wisdom to keep kids healthy and happy in today’s fast paced world. Childhood is a tender but wonderful stage of human life. Because the dhatus are still immature, special care during childhood is essential.  The physical development and the mental state during this cycle play a major role in the foundation of the rest of a person’s life.

 

Ayurveda recommends that both parents undergo panchakarma before they wish to conceive a child. This helps to prevent their current state of health vikruti from being passed on to the baby. Once conception is achieved, the mother practices to be relaxed during pregnancy, reading spiritual books, chanting mantras, eating a doshic diet, following a self-care regime, receiving regular abhyanga, practicing gentle and restorative yoga and meditation.

From conception onward, Ayurveda places great emphasis on post partum care for the mother to balance vata and promote vitality and good health in her, as well as to ensure the healthy development of the baby. After birth, both the newborn infant and the mother are to be cared for throughout the first forty days with the utmost attention. Traditionally, these rituals consist of daily oil massage, bathing, and other herbal therapies. Even today in much of rural India and Nepal there is a wealth of wisdom on birthing and infant’s health care that lays in the hands of midwives and grandmothers, even though many restrictions have been placed upon them.

One of the eight branches of Ayurveda like we expressed early is pediatrics (Bala Tantra). It teaches simple natural wisdom to keep our little ones happy and healthy. Kids live in a Kapha period of life no matter what their constitution is. That means that they will be prone to Kapha diseases like cold, cough and other respiratory disorders and sometimes a disease is a call for attention and love in both kids and adults.

Here are a few suggestions to implement Ayurveda in your little one’s daily life.

 

  • Protecting of emotions

Over-stimulation or sensory overload from TV, computer, video games, and commercials leave lasting impressions on kid’s minds. These go deep into the psyche and disturb their life force (prana), affecting emotional and spiritual growth of our loved ones. Since they can’t control themselves it is our focus to protect their delicate sensory organs. Even newborns when being in the room where an adult movie is running can experience thier senses offended.

  • Creative play

Playing with children develops their creativity and imagination, while their souls are satisfied by the love and attention they crave from us. They remember for their life not the plenty of toys and video games bought for them, but a simple game outdoors when you played, bonded and laughed together.

 

  • Consistent routine

Consistency gives a child a sense of security, confidence and reduces stress. Waking up early, going to bed early and eating with nature’s rhythms. While the Sun is on its highest while consuming meals provide good digestive fire which are a strong foundation of good health.

  • Freshly cooked, medicinal meals with herbs and spices

Warm nourishing meals like hot cereal, vegetable soups and kitchari (thin warm dish with rice and green or yellow mung beans) speak well to kids. Such food is highly nutritious and easy to digest. Small pinches of digestive spices like cumin, coriander, fennel, cinnamon, and turmeric clear possible toxins and can ward off common colds, flus, and allergies.

  • Warm oil massage

A daily Abhyanga (warm oil massage) before bath time calms the nervous system and provides a layer of protection from germs. It boosts the immune system and to their intellect as well producing qualities of happiness and healthiness. These few minutes of loving abhyanga enhances the bonding and affection that kids seek.

May the long time sun shine upon you, all love surround you, and the pure light within you, guide your way on.

love, #krishna

 

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Ayurvedic Dincharya 

Jump start your morning with Ayurvedic routines to keep your mind and body in harmony and healthy throughout the day.  In Sanskrit the daily routine is called the Dinacharya. Ayurveda recommends that in order to be optimally healthy tune our bodies to the nature’s master cycle. 

 

Ayurveda recommends splashing your face and eyes with water as soon as you wake up, seven times. An auspicious number in Ayurveda, seven represents the body’s chakras, or energy centers.

Daily routine brings radical change in body, mind, and consciousness. Routine helps to establish balance in our constitution generating  peace, happiness, and longevity. 

love, #krishna  

A Mind as Clear as Air Ocean Meditation

The ocean is a great place for meditation. At the beach, the boundaries between sand, sea and sky become one. It can be difficult to tell exactly where one ends and another begins. As waves reach the shore, they soak into the sand; crashing waves stir up sand, mixing it with water. Ocean mist rises as breaking waves curl around and splash through the air. This merger of water, earth and air can be a helpful creative visualization for meditation. 

With your body receiving the breath like sand receives water, allow the mind, your attention, to infuse all elements. The interaction of ocean and air creates bubbles in the water; the sand has space for air between each grain. As the air is present in both the water and sand, let your mind follow each movement and stay present with the breath and body until the breath serves to unite  mind and body just as the sea blends with the air and sand at the water’s edge. 

love, #krishna 

Oz’s Freshwater Beach 

All around the world, Australia is renowned for its beaches, and it isn’t €™hard to see why. With some of the longest stretches of sand-covered coastline in the world, Oz’s €™beaches are not only plentiful but also of an almost universally high quality. Aussies take care of and take pride in their beaches, keeping them generally clean and pollution-free, but with so many to choose from, how can you determine which beaches are a cut above the rest? We love all of them! 

love, #krishna 

El Morya 

El Morya is the chohan of the first ray and chief of the Darjeeling Council of the Great White. 

El Morya represents the divine masculine attributes of courage, certainty, power, forthrightness, self-reliance, dependability, faith and initiative. El Morya has, through many embodiments, worn the crown of authority, ruling many kingdoms wisely and well. 

An Ascended Master Who Embodies the Will of Guru 

The name “El Morya” may be unfamiliar to some. But it is more than likely that millions have heard about one or more of his past lives. Because of his love of the will of God lifetime after lifetime, El Morya has come to embody the quality of compliance with law to holy will. 

Today he serves from heavenly realms as the Chohan1 of The First Ray2, the blue ray of guru’s will, faith, protection and power.

love, #krishna 
*Thank you Tom Miller photography